Wimbledon is in full swing, with well-known stars Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic all making their way through the initial Men’s Singles rounds. Andy Murray, meanwhile, will feature in the Mixed Doubles with Serena Williams today. The four males have already achieved quite a feat off-court, with their earnings both from their sports and related endorsements making them the four most wealthy at SW19. But who has amassed the greatest fortune?
Roger Federer, 37, £340million.
Federer is worth £340m according to Celebrity Net Worth, having won around £100m in prize money alone since turning professional in 1998.
He wears a Rolex Sky Dweller watch worth a reported £41,000, works with German-based luggage manufacturer Rimowa and has advertised Moet champagne to his following of more than six million on Instagram.
Novak Djokovic, 32, £159million.
Novak Djokovic is a Serbian professional tennis player who has a net worth of £159million.
As of 2019, he won the Australian Open seven times, Wimbledon four times, the French Open once and the US Open three times.
He boasts several themed coffee shops called “Novak Cafe”, in his native Yugoslavia to add to his income.
Rafael Nadal, 33, £143 million.
As of June 2019, Nadal has earned £87,046,855 in tournament prize money.
He is the third highest-earning male tennis athlete of all time and posts off court sponsorships with Nike, Babolat, Kia Motors and Telefonica.
Andy Murray, 32, £79million
Andy Murray has been ranked one of the world’s best tennis players since 2007, and is a two-time Grand Slam winner.
The former Wimbledon champion and British favourite underwent a hip operation earlier this summer, which could have called time on his career.
He is competing in 2019 Wimbledon alongside US star Serena Williams, 37, in the Mixed Doubles.
The match is a coup for tennis fans, who will get to see two of the sport’s biggest stars on court together.